Trust the Great Physician
There is a medicine so powerful it can cure every sickness and disease known to man. It has no dangerous side effects. It is safe even in massive doses. And when taken daily according to directions, it can prevent illness altogether and keep you in vibrant health.
Does that sound too good to be true? It’s not. I can testify to you by the Word of God and by my own experience that such a supernatural medicine exists. Even more importantly, it is available to you every moment of every day.
You don’t have to call your doctor to get it. You don’t even have to drive to the pharmacy. All you have to do is reach for your Bible, open it to Proverbs 4:20-24 and follow the instructions there.
As simple as they might sound, those five verses contain the supernatural prescription to divine health. It’s a powerful prescription that will work for anyone who will put it to work.
If you have received healing by the laying on of hands, following this prescription will help you maintain that healing.
If you have believed for healing, but are experiencing lingering symptoms, it will help you stand strong until you are completely symptom free.
And if you are healthy now, it will help you stay that way—not just for a day or a week, but for the rest of your life!
These five verses teach you to keep your attention trained on the Word of God—not on lingering symptoms. Be like Abraham who “considered not his own body” (Romans 4:19). Instead of focusing on your circumstances, focus on what God has said to you. Develop an inner image of yourself with your healing fully manifested.
See yourself well.
See yourself whole.
See yourself healed in every way.
Since what you keep before your eyes and in your ears determines what you will believe in your heart and what you will act on, make the Word your number one priority. Keep taking God’s medicine as directed and trust the Great Physician to do His wonderful healing work in you!
Speak the Word
“I attend to God’s Word, and incline my ear to His sayings. I will not let His Word depart from my eyes. I will keep it in the midst of my heart. I keep my heart with all diligence for out of it are the issues of life.” (Proverbs 4:20-21, 23)
Scripture Study: Deuteronomy 7:8-15